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Przemysl Old Town

Przemysl Old TownNearby City

4/54 Reviews
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"The Ukrainian town is small and exquisite, and the attractions are relatively concentrated. The city is basically built on a hill, and you can visit it in a few hours. The folk customs are simple and the buildings are beautiful. The ice cream in Civic Square is great!"
Kazimierzowski Castle

Kazimierzowski CastleNearby City

5/51 Reviews
ta-iconbased on 64 reviews
"There are two castles inside and outside Przemysl. I can't remember which one, but both are very beautiful! It's not the kind of gorgeous castle, and there's nothing special to visit, but it's still good to get on top and take pictures."
Majdanek National Museum

Majdanek National MuseumNearby City

4/52 Reviews
"The blue sky and white clouds look like a "resort" at first glance, but the truth is painful, but we still have to see the truth of human nature. When you face the crematorium with your back against the ashes tower and look at the modern prosperity in the distance of the concentration camp, you will feel strongly that hell is next to heaven, and it has always been like this"
Wieliczka Salt Mine

Wieliczka Salt MineNearby City

4.4/559 Reviews
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UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
"There are buses from Krakow to the town. The salt mine has several layers underground. The small town of Wieliczka above the ground is also very comfortable. The underground salt mine has miner routes and other routes, which can be very good. Experience."
Lviv High Castle

Lviv High CastleNearby City

4.3/57 Reviews
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"I have high expectations for this garden, but found it a bit ordinary. It was very hot the day we went and the garden was crowded. We didn't take good pictures, which disappointed me. The garden is beautiful, colorful, with flowers and gorgeous fountains. There is an art gallery and a marble museum in the exhibition. From here you can see the Salzburg Castle. We came at noon one day and the other night. It is better at night, with subtle light. You can sit on a bench by yourself and read a book in your free time."
Lychakiv Cemetery

Lychakiv CemeteryNearby City

4/55 Reviews
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Open from 9:00am-6:00pm (Local time)
"In the corner of the cemetery is the cemetery of the Defenders of Lviv (Polish land), next to the cemetery of the Ukrainian Independence Army. Now from time to time, undergraduate students come to repair tombstones. At the tram stop on the left of Minghui Square on Pidvalna Street, take tram No. 7 going south (right), get off at the fourth stop, continue on to the T-junction, turn right into the street, and walk about 300 meters. Arrive at the main entrance of the cemetery."
Wawel Royal Castle

Wawel Royal CastleNearby City

4.7/543 Reviews
"Wawel Mountain stands quietly by the Vistula River, and the scene before me is not only a visual feast, but also a spiritual pleasure. Wawel Castle is located in the south of Krakow and is the highest point in the city. Standing on the top, it overlooks the ancient city of Krakow and is spectacular. The castle is also the oldest palace in Poland and one of the symbols of Poland. Before moving the capital to Warsaw, Wawel Castle served as the residence of the Polish royal family for nearly three hundred years. The castle is colorful and romantic from the outside. Suitable for taking a look with your lover. It has been the residence of the king since the 10th century, and many coronation ceremonies have been completed here. The coffin of the former Polish president Kaczynski and his wife, who died in a plane crash in 2010, is placed in the castle’s underground church and is the only coffin that can be photographed. Address: Wawel Castle Wawel 5, 31-000 Kraków Business hours: The opening hours of each attraction are slightly different. Tickets need to be purchased separately, and visitors need to check the official website in advance. Little Tips: The interior of the castle includes multiple independent attractions. The opening hours of each attraction are slightly different. Tickets need to be purchased separately. Tourists need to check the official website in advance"
Warsaw Old Town

Warsaw Old TownNearby City

4.6/5137 Reviews
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City | ​​landmark
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Open 24 hours (Local time)
"History, romance, ambience. Looking for something special, take a stroll through the old town.Most of the historical buildings around the Vistula River are still in excellent condition (or were rebuilt in the original style) and many occupied by tourist shops or restaurants catering for tourist walking groups.Is kind of small when compare to other eu old town . however is still a must to visit when you are i. warsaw . avoid eating there as the price is much more higher and the food might not taste as good .."
National Museum in Krakow

National Museum in KrakowNearby City

4.4/525 Reviews
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"Wawel Castle is the palace of the Polish kings in the Middle Ages, and the Royal Cathedral is the place where kings were crowned and buried after their death. The Wawel Royal Castle has a history of more than 1,000 years since it was built. It has witnessed the glorious history of Krakow and even the entire Poland. The most favorite place in Poland is this castle."
Presidential Palace

Presidential PalaceNearby City

4.4/569 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Not open to individual customers, team restaurants need to make an appointment. (Local time)
Agnes J
"Royal in its setting and uniquely European in its location in the heart of the Old Town, right next to the historic, Art Deco coffee and cookies hotspot - the Bristol Cafe." is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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